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Packers’ Brandon Underwood pleads no contest in prostitution case

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The strange case that began last year with two women accusing members of the Green Bay Packers of sexually assaulting them appears to have come to an end with one Packers player pleading no contest to soliciting prostitution.

Packers defensive back Brandon Underwood has entered a no-contest plea, the chief of police in Lake Delton, Wisconsin, announced.

The case first came to our attention in June, with a report that six members of the Packers were being interviewed over a sexual assault claim by two women. The women were initially claiming that one Packers player raped them while other Packers players held them down.

That story later changed dramatically, to an allegation that Underwood brought the two women back to a cabin after meeting them at a strip club, and that he paid them for sex but threw them out of the cabin when he discovered them in the process of stealing from him.

Underwood’s no contest plea appears to end any legal proceedings against anyone on the Packers. There’s no word on whether the women are being charged with any crimes related to prostitution, filing a false police report or the alleged attempted theft.

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27 Responses to “Packers’ Brandon Underwood pleads no contest in prostitution case”
  1. JimmySmith says: Mar 3, 2011 7:45 AM

    Underwood’s biggest mistake is that he didn’t fly them over state lines, a felony charge. Had he done that, the NFL would have looked the other way as evidence by the Viking Loveboat episode.

  2. joetoronto says: Mar 3, 2011 7:48 AM

    There’s a big difference between “soliciting prostitution” and “sexual assault”.

    I can’t believe “soliciting prostitution” is illegal, aren’t there much bigger things to worry about?

  3. krow101 says: Mar 3, 2011 7:53 AM

    If it wasn’t for the team bus… then NFL players would be on the short bus.

  4. jimmysee says: Mar 3, 2011 7:53 AM

    Brandon had best focus on his football game!

  5. skoobyfl says: Mar 3, 2011 7:56 AM

    Word on the street is he’s more of a Browns versus Packers player now.

  6. jc1958cool says: Mar 3, 2011 8:02 AM

    he’ll be let go, and if someone picks him up 4 game suspension!

  7. pervyharvin says: Mar 3, 2011 8:02 AM

    Strip clubs. Prostitution. Most likely alcohol and drugs. Did Mark Chmura make a guest appearance? The Lombardi Trophy weeps in the hands of the modern day Packer organization.

  8. jarobinewsome says: Mar 3, 2011 8:06 AM

    Wow…let’s see if the women have charges filed against them…probably not. I’m not supporting what those guys did…but there were two wrongs on both sides.

    P.S. Brandon Underwood…next time make your hookers clap their hands next time you leave the room…they can’t steal from you if their hands are clapping!

  9. arrogantathlete says: Mar 3, 2011 8:16 AM

    Really? You guys have to really get prostitutes? DA.

  10. packfannchitown says: Mar 3, 2011 8:17 AM

    dips**tharvin wrote:
    Strip clubs. Prostitution. Most likely alcohol and drugs. Did Mark Chmura make a guest appearance? The Lombardi Trophy weeps in the hands of the modern day Packer organization.
    _________________________________
    Yeah and how’s that Star Caps, sexting and running a train on a bunch of whores on a boat thing working out for you guys?

    Oh wait, the Queens have no Lombardi Trophy to weep over…

    How do you like us now b***h?!?!?!?!

  11. beepa11 says: Mar 3, 2011 8:17 AM

    Some younger (and older) NFL players seem to gravitate to that kind of crap… it doesn’t say anything bad about an organization unless they turn their head and look the other way. The Packer organization has had its share of bad apples, Mossey Cade among others. They have done a good job of weeding out these types of individuals, and have done a much better job than a lot of NFL clubs. I don’t expect him to be around next fall if there is a season.

  12. imjinbrdgr says: Mar 3, 2011 8:26 AM

    pervyharvin says:
    Mar 3, 2011 8:02 AM
    Strip clubs. Prostitution. Most likely alcohol and drugs. Did Mark Chmura make a guest appearance? The Lombardi Trophy weeps in the hands of the modern day Packer organization.

    The above statement is a perfect example of a poor pathetic loser from a loser team grasping at straws. Its now 13 World Championships for the Packers and 0 for you and yours.

  13. ejmat2 says: Mar 3, 2011 8:56 AM

    JimmySmith says:
    Mar 3, 2011 7:45 AM
    Underwood’s biggest mistake is that he didn’t fly them over state lines, a felony charge. Had he done that, the NFL would have looked the other way as evidence by the Viking Loveboat episode
    ——————————
    The only reason I came into this thread was to see how you could twist it into a Viking bash thread. Guess what? You did! Get over your obsession will ya? You come off looking foolish every time. Don’t you realize that?

    @ imjinbrdgr
    If you want to count all Championships (13 for the Packers) then you have to count the 1 NFL Championship the Vikings had pre merger. If you are going to try and degrade someone at least know the facts.

  14. maddog111 says: Mar 3, 2011 8:58 AM

    What’s the world coming to when you can’t trust the hookers you just hired not to try and steal money from your wallet? Sad, sad times we live in.

  15. pervyharvin says: Mar 3, 2011 9:24 AM

    Between Big Ben and the Packer players , I’m surprised the last Super Bowl wasn’t held inside barb wire fences with armed watch towers. You know, Longest Yard style..

  16. tradebait9 says: Mar 3, 2011 9:54 AM

    Green Bay Packers 13 Championships and 1 Sex Offender on their ring of honor!!!

  17. smoothjimmyapollo says: Mar 3, 2011 9:55 AM

    “If you want to count all Championships (13 for the Packers) then you have to count the 1 NFL Championship the Vikings had pre merger. If you are going to try and degrade someone at least know the facts.”

    I love when Viking fans try to play around with semantics to act like they’ve won a championship. Whereas 9 of the Packers 13 titles came before the merger, those same 9 happened before there was a championship game between the AFL/AFC and NFL/NFC. Two of those titles happened when there was no merger, but there was an AFL/NFL Championship game (SB I & II) and they won.

    The 1 “NFL Championship” that Vikings fans claim resulted in a Super Bowl loss and therefore, the Vikings were not recognized as the best team in football that year. The 13 NFL Championships that the Packers own resulted in them being recognized as the best team in the league.

    Let’s check the score, we can either list it as:

    Packers: 13
    Vikings: 0

    or

    Packers: 13
    Vikings: 1*

    * Lost in Super Bowl

  18. purpleguy says: Mar 3, 2011 10:05 AM

    It’s funny how one of the charges was listed as “prostitution-non-marital sexual intercourse”. If non-marital sexual intercourse is a crime in Wisconsin, half of Madison should be in the big house.

  19. uncommon1 says: Mar 3, 2011 10:28 AM

    @purpleguy
    “It’s funny how one of the charges was listed as “prostitution-non-marital sexual intercourse”. If non-marital sexual intercourse is a crime in Wisconsin, half of Madison should be in the big house.”

    Half of Madison? It would 80% of the whole damn state. Unless something has changed, you can’t marry your sister in Wisconsin.

  20. kotapug says: Mar 3, 2011 10:33 AM

    I love how you say” world champions” Did all non packer fans miss the international games that where played. You can only be world champs if you play in an all world league. But congrats on your Super Bowl Championship.

  21. packfannchitown says: Mar 3, 2011 11:08 AM

    I love how you say” world champions” Did all non packer fans miss the international games that where played. You can only be world champs if you play in an all world league. But congrats on your Super Bowl Championship.
    __________________________________
    You say that like the Packers were the first one’s to coin the phrase.

    Blame the NFL dude, they’re the ones who came up with that title.

    However I have to agree, it does sound a little bland.

    Congratulations to the Green Bay Packers, 2010 Champions of the Universe!

    Yep, sounds MUCH better, thanks for the clarification. :)

  22. bordner says: Mar 3, 2011 11:09 AM

    “If you want to count all Championships (13 for the Packers) then you have to count the 1 NFL Championship the Vikings had pre merger. If you are going to try and degrade someone at least know the facts.”
    —————————————-
    So by that logic, since the Packers won the same NFL Championship that you say we “have to count” the years they won the first two Super Bowls, then they really have 15 Championships? Or do you only “have to count” the NFL Championship during a year when the team lost the Super Bowl?

    And how come we don’t hear Colts fans making that lame argument? Oh that’s right… their team has actually won a few titles.

    Queens = oldest existing franchise in any of the major professional sports leagues that has NEVER won a championship.

  23. tuckercarlsonisthevoiceofreason says: Mar 3, 2011 11:16 AM

    joetoronto says:
    Mar 3, 2011 7:48 AM
    There’s a big difference between “soliciting prostitution” and “sexual assault”.

    I can’t believe “soliciting prostitution” is illegal, aren’t there much bigger things to worry about?

    —————-

    Really? You can’t believe “soliciting prostitution” is illegal? And that post gets 88% likes? Do you realize that if no one solicited prostitution, there would be no prostitutes? I guess soliciting prostitution is just what you do after the bars close in Wisconsin.

  24. 2dalake says: Mar 3, 2011 11:23 AM

    It’s sad to see this story’s comments turn into yet another battle between Packers fans and Vikings fans. Ok I get it, you hate each other. But there’s other things more important in life…. like doing the right thing. Yes people make mistakes. I only hope they can learn from them to make better decisions in the future.

  25. packerbacker12 says: Mar 3, 2011 4:25 PM

    “I love how you say” world champions” Did all non packer fans miss the international games that where played. You can only be world champs if you play in an all world league. But congrats on your Super Bowl Championship.”

    If the Packers can’t be called ‘World Champions’, the baseball championship games shouldn’t be called the ‘World Series’

  26. brewdogg says: Mar 3, 2011 4:59 PM

    packerbacker12 says: Mar 3, 2011 4:25 PM

    “I love how you say” world champions” Did all non packer fans miss the international games that where played. You can only be world champs if you play in an all world league. But congrats on your Super Bowl Championship.”

    If the Packers can’t be called ‘World Champions’, the baseball championship games shouldn’t be called the ‘World Series’
    ———————————————

    Good point…. The Little League World Series has a claim to that, but until the MLB victor at least plays the Japanese victor, then can it really be a World Series?

  27. footballrulz says: Mar 4, 2011 4:40 PM

    Baseball’s championship series is called the World Serires because it used to be sponsored by the New York World. The NFL coined the world champs phrase for the SB Champs. Find something more important to worry about and quit trying to “back” your way into an NFL Championship vike fans. Didn;t happen, probably never will.

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